Alice in Wonderland concept art by Michael Kutsche

The Flying Dutchman Reader Find

By The Flying Dutchman in New Illustration on Wednesday 14 March 2012

Michael Kutsche is a German-born concept artist, producing work of such stunning richness and complexity that the broader project almost becomes irrelevant. He is responsible for the insane visual progression of Lewis Carroll’s Wonderland that we saw in the Tim Burton film. Also, most recently, he did some incredible work for the upcoming John Carter film, which promises to be one of the year’s more visually stimulating flicks.

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Candy pop installation art

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Art on Tuesday 3 November 2009

Taking inspiration from Lewis Carroll, Dr Seuss, and Salvador Dali, Rose Skinner creates vibrant installation art from candy, plastic, and toys. Of her work, she says: ‘my intricate compositions of eclectic materials play tantalizing games on your senses; you are bombarded with colors and textures sounds and smells, metaphors and iconography that are used often in ironic ways’.

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Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Art on Monday 22 June 2009

Sculptor George W. Hart recently made a geometric piece out of identical, laser-cut wood pieces called Frabjous, taken from Lewis Carroll’s poem, The Jaberwocky. Hart provides a PDF of the template he used to cut the pieces, which you can use to make your own.

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